The February 9th event in Red Bank took place at The Danish Cafe and Two Rivers Theater. The night before the event it was 60 degrees but the weather people were calling for a blizzard the next day, the day of our event! Sure enough the temperatures dropped and the snow started falling and quickly piling up. By 2PM it slowed down, but Two Rivers Theater said that the play, Hurricane Diane, must go on!

So the Connect The Dots crew reached out to as many attendees as we could to say we would be there … and they showed up (almost all of them). The vendors came first, they quickly trudged their boxes and bags through the snow to convert The Danish Cafe into a little shopping area.

Soon the guests started arriving and the networking began! We were so busy with the snow and getting across the street to the play that we forgot to hand out our feedback surveys! But many were thoughtful and shared these words with us:

I had the very best time and experience at your “Connect the Dots 4 Women” event last night! What an amazing concept, very well received and needed.  I’m happy to have been a part of this growing group of phenomenal women in this area. The play was outstanding, thoroughly enjoyed it! Thank You!” ~ Nilsa V.

That was the best networking event! Thoroughly enjoyed all aspects and met some new people.” ~Liliann P.

Great event, Jill! Thank you!!!” –Barbara S.

Thanks for putting together an awesome event last night! I had a great time” ~Charlene W.

We had two more fabulous testimonials that we posted earlier. Please read the kind words from  Kate Brown and Delcy Kozul had to say!